Computer-Music.com contains articles and product reviews related to making music using computers and creating 3D computer animation in sync with music. Computer-Music.com is also the home page of  Donald S. Griffin, an experienced professional composer, sound effects designer and audio consultant with an emphasis on computer games,  video games and internet music and sound effects. For pricing and contract availability send email to: DGriffin (@) Computer-Music (.) com

Computer-Music.com  contains articles and product reviews related to making music using computers and creating 3D computer animation in sync with music.
Computer-Music.com is also the home page of  Donald S. Griffin, an experienced professional composer, sound effects designer and audio consultant with an emphasis on computer games,  video games and internet music and sound effects. For pricing and contract availability send email to: DGriffin (@) Computer-Music (.) com

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All of the images below were modeled in Rhinoceros 3D (Rhino) but most were rendered in other applications. Rhino is a serious, professional modeling package which was never intended for rendering. It also happens to be a joy to use.


Test images:  I have not spent much time with Rhino. I decided early that it was important to understand what would happen to models exported from Rhino once they were rendered in a polygon modeler/renderer like trueSpace or Bryce. So these are all very simple objects but I had a lot of fun making them.

This is a tire and moon hubcap like I used to have on my mustang. Modeled in Rhino and rendered in Bryce.

Don236 RhinoTireHubHigherPolySplitHub.jpg (18206 bytes)Don236 RhinoTireHubHigherPolySplitHub1.jpg (20196 bytes)


I use a mug just like this. I modeled this freehand in about an hour in Rhino and couldn't quite get a brushed stainless steel look in Bryce.

Don240 R-Mug.jpg (18725 bytes)


A gazebo I made in Rhino in about 2 hours. There is so much fine detail in the molding that I would have had to send about a 200,000 polygon model to Bryce for rendering. As it is this one is 130,000 but a lip under the dome was rounded out of existence and I think the edges in the columns are supposed to be sharper.

Don239 R-Gazebo.jpg (44231 bytes)Don241 R-Gazebo TopDetlGold.jpg (39035 bytes)

 


 

 

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